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Cleveland Councilman At-Large Avery Johnson was unanimously re-appointed vice mayor Monday by the Cleveland City Council, for another two-year term.It was also his birthday.He was nominated by … more
Both the Cleveland City Council and Bradley County Commission discussed an overdue utility bill related to the Bradley-Cleveland Senior Center, with both boards approaching the issue from their … more
Bradley County Schools personnel are continuing to make plans for Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, inside the old American Uniform facility on Parker Street. Kyle … more
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean was in Cleveland on Monday to visit the future site of Bradley County Schools' Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center. The … more
A homeowner confronted a burglary suspect who fled before being arrested by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Monday morning. more
Entries are now being accepted for the MainStreet Cleveland annual Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 6 p.m.The annual Christmas parade is one of Cleveland’s longest running and most … more
The Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals was scheduled to meet today in a called session at 1 p.m. at the Municipal Building to consider the following:• A request by Westmore Church of God for a … more
The promotion of four officers at the Cleveland Police Department has been announced. The four are Lt. Daniel Gibbs, Lt. Andy Ratcliff, Detective Kody Fox and Detective Matt Landolt. Gibbs began … more
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